Young Scientist Competition 2018
|John Huggard||5th Year||Technical analysis line equations and algorithms|
|Eric Brandt||2nd Year||A study into the use of reflective materials to increase the efficiency of solar panels|
|Max Mullen & Ethan Leon-Ryan||2nd Year||Becoming Carbon Neutral|
On their qualification for the 2019 Young Scientist. We wish them well.
The following submitted projects which unfortunately were not accepted:
|Mark O’Brien & Nathan Van Steenberge||4th Year||Eco Case – An eco-friendly phone case made of recyclable materials|
|Grégoire Vidalinc||4th Year||Evaluation of a Hypothetical Wave Energy Converter|
|Eoin Dunne||3rd Year||An investigation into the possibility of life on mars using the Urey-Miller experiment|
|Jamie Starr Bourke & Frazer McGinn||2nd Year||Traffic lights and elderly people|
|Rory Kelly||2nd Year||Use Of Smart-Phone Assistive Technologies By Older, Visually Impaired People. Is it worth their effort and Money?|
|Alex Hopkins||2nd Year||Can wind partially power an electric car?|
We congratulate the boys on their endeavours and urge them not to be discouraged. Keep going – have another go.
I thank Ms Kelly and the Science Department for their support, advice and encouragement for the boys.